Getting blood stain out of silk
Getting a blood stain out of silk fabric can be difficult. The earlier you treat it the easier it is to remove it. If it is still fresh, sponge the stain with cold water that has salt in it (1 teaspoon of salt per cup of water). Then rinse with clear water and repeat if necessary. If the blood stain is dried, use saliva. Put saliva on a Q-tip and dab at the stop until the blood disappears, using a fresh Q-tip for each application of the saliva. Rinse with water.
Getting Coffee and Tea stain out of silk
Sponge with lukewarm water. Then apply glycerine and gently rub the fabric between your hands. Let it sit for half an hour; then rinse with warm water.
Getting Perspiration Stains out of silk
Use diluted ammonia (equal part of ammonia and water). Rinse well.
Getting Lipstick and Makeup out of silk
Try the laundry soap you use to regularly clean the sheets but in a little more concentrated form. If that does not work, try ammonia but be careful if the sheets are a dark color. Test in an inconspicuous place first and use as little as ammonia as possible. Start with 1 part ammonia to 3 parts water. If that doesn’t work increase the strength of the ammonia but never use anything stronger than 1 part ammonia to 1 part water.
Getting Oily or Greasy Stains out of silk
Try some liquid dishwashing soap letting it sit for few minutes. Rinse with water.